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Desdichado
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#1306 | Posted: 19 Jul 2015 19:32
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Is the fall out from Fukushima killing the salmon in the Pacific North West? Oregon and Washington, two States famous for salmon fishing, have enacted unprecedented bans after a massive die-off of fish. The Klamath River (one of the best rivers I've ever fished on) is denuded of salmon; especially juveniles. Unlike the Atlantic Salmon, the Pacific Salmon (there are different species such as the King and the Coho) do not return to the sea after spawning. They die. If they never get the chance to migrate, the rivers will die. Any yet some scientists refuse to believe this has anything to do with Fukushima.

http://enenews.com/emergency-statewide-fishing-closures-pacific-northwest-unprecedent ed-weve-never-anything-like-before-disease-causing-very-alarming-mass-die-100-infecti on-rate-areas-rotting-gills-distended
Desdichado
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#1307 | Posted: 19 Jul 2015 19:35
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Deformed flowers are springing up in Japan. The same happened in the USA after the Three Mile Island disaster and, or course, around Chernobyl. Photos and commentary here: http://enenews.com/yahoo-news-mutated-plants-fukushima-gain-internet-fame-pics-show-c enters-fused-together-petals-growing-sides-flowers-govt-expert-abnormalities-be-induc ed-after-only-24-hours-exposure-radioactive
Desdichado
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#1308 | Posted: 19 Jul 2015 19:41
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What is killing whales in the Gulf of Alaska? A large number of whales have been found dead of a "mysterious" condition that scientists are attributing to the ingestion of a "toxin." They're not saying this toxin is Cesium 137 but the finger is being pointed at Fukushima.

http://enenews.com/tv-scientists-testing-radiation-mysterious-whale-die-pacific-conti nues-14-carcasses-reported-expert-warns-death-toll-could-rise-whales-consumed-toxic-t rying-find-explanation-unusual-event-video
nordsee220
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#1309 | Posted: 19 Jul 2015 22:17 | Edited by: nordsee220
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Desdichado:
A large number of whales have been found dead of a "mysterious" condition that scientists are attributing to the ingestion of a "toxin."

Pretty close to Gakona, innit?

Perhaps they were confused by something?
Desdichado
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#1310 | Posted: 19 Jul 2015 23:29
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nordsee220:

Pretty close to Gakona, innit?

Perhaps they were confused by something?

Could be. If they can screw around with the weather and cause drought in California, I'm sure they could off some whales. I still think that high levels of Cesium 137 will show up. Fukusihima is sterilising the Pacific.
skipman
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#1311 | Posted: 26 Jul 2015 01:13
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skipman
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#1312 | Posted: 26 Jul 2015 15:53
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Remember when the worlds leaders held a climate conference and provided definitive proof that the world was warming up and it was all our fault?

Then someone leaked the e-mail correspondence between top climate scientists agreeing to falsify the data to fit the desired needs of those with a vested interest in a warming world.

NASA would never do anything like...say, fiddle the oceans temperature readings,would they?

https://stevengoddard.wordpress.com/2015/07/25/biggest-fraud-in-science-history-the-n asanoaa-surface-temperature-record/
nordsee220
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#1313 | Posted: 26 Jul 2015 18:43 | Edited by: nordsee220
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skipman:
climate conference

I've been having some bulding work done. The builder, someone I've known and trusted for years, was here this morning, Sunday. It was a warm morning with hazy sunshine until I looked up at about 12:30 and saw countless "jet" trails. (Even I am wary of calling them "chem" trails.)

I stated, emphatically, that it was about to piss down with rain. The bloke looked at me as if I had grown an extra head and said, "Divvent be daft Geordie, it's a gorgeous summer's day. There's nee way it'll rain the day!"

Within an hour it was darkening and within two it was indeed pissing down. He asked how I knew so I said, remember all the jet trails I showed you? 30 or more trails (difficult to be specific as they were spreading out so much), all criss-crossing the sky? He'd seen them but shrugged them off as "nowt worth talking about" when I'd pointed them out but I'd added, "Wait and see if I'm wrong!"

I've told him, when working outdoors, just see how often a lovely, clear blue sky gets criss-crossed with trails and the rain comes within a few hours. And open your bloody eyes because it's YOUR world, not THEIRS to do as they like.
nordsee220
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#1314 | Posted: 29 Jul 2015 14:26 | Edited by: nordsee220
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nordsee220:
stated, emphatically, that it was about to piss down with rain. The bloke looked at me as if I had grown an extra head and said, "Divvent be daft Geordie, it's a gorgeous summer's day. There's nee way it'll rain the day!"

...and a tremendous deluge came upon the land for the rest of the day and the night and the day that followed and its night and the following day the mostpart thereof.

His black plastic bucket was 3 inches deep with rainwater. (Are we allowed to use inches?)
skipman
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#1315 | Posted: 16 Aug 2015 20:00
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A newly erupting volcano in Equador could cause major problems as it is covered in snow and ice.

http://govtslaves.info/ecuador-suspending-some-constitutional-rights-banning-media-fr om-publishing-unauthorized-information-as-volcano-erupts/
skipman
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#1316 | Posted: 16 Aug 2015 21:10
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A Japanese volcano is causing concern as it is near a newly restarted nuclear reactor.

http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/aug/15/japans-sakurajima-volcano-chance-of-larg e-eruption-extremely-high
skipman
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#1317 | Posted: 16 Aug 2015 21:20
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I do not understand the logic behind this article.

http://www.telegraph.co.uk/news/earth/energy/fracking/11804461/Fracking-6000-square-m iles-of-England-earmarked-for-shale-exploration.html

Oil is dropping it is not profitable at this price to frack.

A friend in the machine tools supply business for the oil industry, has said that a third of the work force has been laid off through falling orders. Only last year they moved to a state of the art factory taking on more staff.

Where is the money coming from to pay for the exploration? More oil junk bonds?
skipman
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#1318 | Posted: 16 Aug 2015 21:32
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According to the global warming experts snow should be a memory and see ice a thing of the past.

They say the Antartic sea ice is increasing,having not been down there for a look I cannot confirm that.

I can confirm that snow still lingers in Scotland,yeah its been a funny summer.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3198450/Scotland-s-winter-snow-hasn-t-melted- Incredible-network-tunnels-caves-clings-mountains-cold-summer.html
skipman
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#1319 | Posted: 16 Aug 2015 23:30
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What happens when a government agency whose job is to protect the environment actually devastates it on a massive scale?

http://www.cracktwo.com/2015/08/politically-incorrect-cartoon-shows-why.html

The locals have been told to drink bottled water,I wonder who will be paying for it?
skipman
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#1320 | Posted: 19 Aug 2015 17:24
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The subject of chemtrails is contentious,detractors claim there is no way the amount of aluminium claimed to be used can be processed.

There is another source for the aluminium and it comes with a whole load of other poisonous chemicals,coal fly ash. I had never heard of it till now.

http://www.greenmedinfo.com/blog/why-chemtrail-conspiracy-real
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